NAMM CEO and President Joe Lamond interviews Lori Supinie, president of Senseney Music in Wichita, Kansas and former president of RPMDA (Retail Print Music Dealers Association) during the NAMM Retail Summit.  Lori shares her thoughts on how the small independent retailer is important and well-positioned for the future.  "Maybe small is the new big."  Lori and Senseney Music went on to be named
Watch as Joe Lamond, NAMM CEO and President, interviews Gordy Wilcher, Owner of Owensboro Music in Owensboro, Kentucky, and president of iMSO (Independent Music Store Owners), during the NAMM Retail Summit.  Gordy shares his philosophy about not being afraid to act and jump in, especially through community involvement.  He wants his customers to think "We need to go to Owensboro Music to see wh
Chris White, President/CEO of the White House of Music in Waukesha, Wisconsin is welcomed as the first industry retailer guest by Joe Lamond, NAMM CEO & President.  Watch as Chris shares his insights on how he and AIMM (Alliance of Independent Music Merchants) members are adapting to the 'new rules of retail.' 
Retail is changing—fast. So is the Music Industry. That’s why the NAMM Retail Summit was created. This session focused on the critical changes taking place in retail and the vital information you need to stay in business—and thrive.
Frank Alkyer, Publisher, Music Inc., and Panel - Gayle Beacock, Greg Billings, Brad Boynton, Alan Friedman, John Grabowski, Brian Reardon, Gordy Wilcher
Every business faces change, but not every business is successful in leading and managing the change process. Implementing change requires a plan. Listen as Danny Rocks talks with four leading music retailers about how they re-shaped their businesses by taking advantage of the opportunity to change.
NAMM President and CEO Joe Lamond opens the sixth annual Breakfast of Champions session to kick off the 2011 NAMM Show.  NAMM University's Breakfast of Champions is a favorite of Show attendees to listen to industry giants and leaders share their experience, stories and business strategies.
Bernie Williams, former Major League Baseball outfielder for the New York Yankees and musician, is welcomed as a guest by Joe Lamond, NAMM CEO & President.  In addition to his accolades on the baseball field, Bernie is also a critically-acclaimed musician.
NAMM President and CEO Joe Lamond speaks with Jon Haber, owner of Alto Music and star of an American Express national ad campaign. Haber describes his experience of being filmed for the TV spots, which feature Alto Music and were shot on location at Alto's main store in Middletown, N.Y. The TV spots trace his 24-year career in music retail and feature retail customers and musicians of all ages.
Joe Lamond, CEO & President of NAMM, talks with industry legend and Founder and Chairman of the Roland Corporation, Ikutaro Kakehashi.  For the first time, a Breakfast of Champions guest was streamed  by live video feed, in real time.  Mr.